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Samsung is extending the Camera Controller app features to a new level by introducing cross-platform sync between Galaxy Watch and Galaxy S20 series. The Korean giant has brought a nifty feature for the Galaxy S20 users to take a picture wirelessly using Galaxy Watch. The users can easily use the feature by simply downloading the Samsung Camera controller app from the Galaxy Store.

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The product owners of the Galaxy S20 series can sync the Camera Controller App with Galaxy Watch, and then it will act as a viewfinder and remote controller. The user will be able to take a picture by easily pressing the display. Moreover, swipe gestures will allow switching between front and rear cameras on the Galaxy S20 smartphone.

All the new features have appeared after a recent update to the Camera Controller App. The Korean giant appeared to have amended various bugs that were present on the app. However, there’s no official changelog of the changes made with the recent updates.

The users can enjoy the wireless picture taking ability on the Galaxy S20 series and few other smartphones by using Galaxy Watch, Galaxy Watch Active, Galaxy Watch Active2. Precisely, the app is compatible with 13 smartphones including Galaxy S20 series, Galaxy S10 and few other devices.

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It is quite a useful feature and the users will be thrilled to use it in several different ways. Now, they would be able to snap Long Exposure photos without the need for a timer. Moreover, a group photo with family or friends will be easy to take. Samsung Controller App can also set the timer and previews the photo taken. We expect the company to expand the device compatibility in the coming few months.



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